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Trial date set for murder case

A date has been set for the trial of a Gloucester woman accused of murdering her son.

Joy Liddell, 65, of Sandyleaze, Elmbridge, is charged with the murder of Michael Liddell, 35.

Police were called to the Sandyleaze property at 1.10pm last Thursday (January 31)

Liddell first appeared in court in Cheltenham on Monday (February 4) before being remanded in custody until yesterday's hearing in Bristol.

It was at that hearing at Bristol Crown Court that two dates were set.

Liddell is now due to appear on March 25 for a plea and trial preparation hearing before the trial starts on July 29.

She remains in custody.

Read more: Woman charged with murder 

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